Los Angeles / Washington (APA / AP) – Comedian Jack Black (49, Tropic Thunder, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle) unveiled a star plate with his name on the Walk of Fame in the heart of Hollywood at the end of his speech against the US President Donald Trump.
"I love you all so much," he told hundreds of spectators, fans and acquaintances who attended the ceremony. "Except for Donald Trump, he's a bastard," Black shouted into the crowd.
& # 39; I did it, & # 39; Black said with a wink. Now he could retreat and concentrate on diets and sports, the massive star joked. He strolled on the sidewalk for photographers and fans, kissed the plate and jumped into the air laughing. Colleagues & friends such as Tim Robbins, Eli Roth and Bob Odenkirk celebrated with, but also the family of Black, including his wife Tanya Haden and their sons Samuel (12) and Thomas (10).
Black is a huge colossus & # 39; talent and a great guy, director Richard Linklater praised the actor as a guest speaker. For the black comedy directed by Linklater "Bernie – Pave Caves his way" (2011), Black received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Comedy actor.
The award of the 2645th star coincided with the theatrical release (20 September) of the horror film "The House of Mysterious Watches", in which Black plays a quirky wizard and Cate Blanchett his neighbor of witch.
As an actor, the Californian was known for his role in "High Fidelity" (2000). Other appearances he had in "King Kong", "Nacho Libre" and most recently in "Do not Worry, run away is not". He is also the lead singer of the rock band Tenacious D, who founded Black with his old friend Kyle Gass.